Biden nominates three more for top Justice Department posts

By Trevor Hunnicutt and Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Joe Biden nominated three people for top U.S. Justice Department posts on Monday, including a person who will provide legal advice to the administration and another supervising criminal investigations, the White House said. Biden picked Christopher Schroeder, who ran his transition team's efforts on the Justice Department, to be assistant attorney general for the Office of Legal Counsel, according to the White House. The president also picked Kenneth Polite to run the department's Criminal Division, and a former prosecutor...